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Pre-College Youth Programs Registration and Participant Management System

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Southern Oregon University Youth Programs, a division of SOU Outreach and Engagement, is looking to procure a registration platform that will support the registration process for a wide variety of programs including: residential camps, day camps, conferences, classes, and competitions. This system will be utilized by a small staff to support a high volume of seasonal registrations, and therefore needs to be easily and efficiently manageable. The application and acceptance process for these programs is diverse, and the information that needs to be collected from participants may vary program-to-program and year-to-year. The registration process should be accessible to users with varying levels of computer skill proficiency.

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Solicitation Number
2019-08
Emerging Small Business Opportunity Only
No
Notice of Intent of Sole Source
No

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